Man Sparks Debate as Views on Side Chicks and GFs Are Expressed

Man Sparks Debate as Views on Side Chicks and GFs Are Expressed

- @Khankatha_ on Twitter recently shared a very controversial post that had peeps thinking hard

- @Khankatha_ related his happiness to his side chick and nonchalantly spoke of his girlfriend

- South Africans had various opinions and views regarding @Khankatha_'s tweet, which inevitably sparked a debate

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Side chicks vs main chicks has been a common debate that often makes its way online. One Twitter user with the handle @Khankatha_ caused a ruckus on the app after he made a controversial comment.

"There's always that one hun that makes you mad happy... And then there's your gf."

The young man frustrated many South African women who just couldn't grasp his idea. Many Saffa men, however, were in full agreement with the tweet and explained the reasoning behind @Khankatha_'s message.

IA: Man, sparks debate, views on side chicks vs GFs (Export)

This young man sparked a debate about side chicks and main chicks through a short tweet. Image: @Khankatha
Source: Twitter

Take a look at his tweet below:

Below are just a few of the responses:

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@makhosazanacel1 said:

"There's always that one guy that makes you mad happy, then there's your husband."

@Naledi_Mara wrote:

"Let’s normalise dating people we actually like."

@Vreshnee tweeted:

"I’ll never understand why y'all dating people you don’t like hey."

@say_boitumelo advised:

"Tbh just leave and be with the hun. Hope she can stand the flaws and nonsense the gf been taking in."

@modisemx asked:

"Bathong? Why do men hate their girlfriends?"

@LisaDayisi shared:

"Every time I entertain the idea of dating, I come across such. It's a sign, it's not yet time for me to date."

In similar news, Briefly.co.za reported on another man who sparked a debate after he spoke about not dating unemployed women. Dr Chauke's tweet had been liked over 7 500 times at the time of publishing.

The debate in the replies is quite intense. While a lot of men agreed with his advice and took it to heart, a lot of women fought the idea. Many women have defended themselves by saying that unemployment is not a choice as they are qualified but are unable to find a stable job.

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Read some of the responses below:

@MaleboHer said:

"But unemployment isn't a choice though, I know many graduates who are not working and entrepreneurship isn't for everyone, kodwa ke I guess y'all should stay away as you're told."

@GuguPresh2 wrote:

"I'm unemployed with a qualification, I'm looking for a job, I ain't ashamed... Reading this makes me so proud of myself for being my own person, doing things for myself and not bothering anyone. The kind of love that's given based on what you do can miss me."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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